Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures (TV Series 1990–1991)

Season 2


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1Now Museum, Now You Don'tNow Museum, Now You Don't (14 Sep. 1991)
During an exhibit of "Really Important Art" at the San Dimas Museum, Bill and Ted think they have dis-armed the Venus de Milo and journey back in time to get it repaired.
5.0
2The Totally Gross Anatomy of a Gym TeacherThe Totally Gross Anatomy of a Gym Teacher (21 Sep. 1991)
Bill and Ted shrink to the size of an amoeba's nose-hair when they dial a wrong number and accidentally get ingested by their gym teacher, Jim Nazeum.
5.3
3The Star Strangled BannerThe Star Strangled Banner (28 Sep. 1991)
To prevent Missy from singing the Star Spangled Banner in public, Bill and Ted travel back to the War of 1812 in order to convince Frances Scott Key to write a song that is easier to sing.
5.2
4Leave It to Bill & TedLeave It to Bill & Ted (5 Oct. 1991)
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4.8
5Goodbye Columbus... and AmericaGoodbye Columbus... and America (19 Oct. 1991)
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5.3
6It's a Bogus Day in the NeighborhoodIt's a Bogus Day in the Neighborhood (26 Oct. 1991)
In a spoof of "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood," the duo attempt to prevent their favorite children's show host, Mr. Radish, from retiring.
5.6
7Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure in BabysittingBill & Ted's Excellent Adventure in Babysitting (2 Nov. 1991)
Due to the oddities of time travel, Bill and Ted wind up a few years in the past with a most unexpected pair of kids to babysit: their younger selves.
5.8
8The Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Phone BoothThe Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Phone Booth (16 Nov. 1991)
Ted's dad is threatening to send Ted to military school, so the dudes visit him as a teenager to learn discipline, only the find Ted's dad wasn't as disciplined as he claimed.
6.0